[Bf-education] Movie Making
W. Scott Meador
wsmeador at me.com
Thu Feb 9 15:04:24 CET 2012
The original Toy Story DVD extras has a lot of information about the process of making an animated film at Pixar and I highly recommend it.
Voices are recorded pretty early in the process to provide timing for character blocking as well as lip-sync. If you have a lot of dialog in a scene you really can't do much more than layout (general blocking of characters and the camera) until you have the edited voice audio available.
Assistant Professor or Digital Filmmaking
University of Central Arkansas
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> Hello all!
> I am looking for info on the web or?? about how to make a movie like
> Finding Nemo. I want to know the whole production sequence. From
> conception to script, to financing to things like when do you story
> board it, record the voices, do the animation etc.
> My biggest question is about where voice recording goes in the
> sequence and lip sync.
> A production outline would be great or a flow chart.
> Thanks all.
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